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A Munich Disaster: Klitschko Vs Chisora Vs Haye Vs Boente

By James Hardiman (Chaos J): Last night in Munich, boxing fans witnessed alot of tension, alot of swearing, death threats, some spitting and a big brawl.  → read full story

Why a prime Mike Tyson beats Vitali Klitschko

By Joss Gooseman: The blueprint Derek Chisora just showed the world how Vitali Klitschko could be beaten.  → read full story

Haye had little choice but to hit Chisora first

(David Haye seen here at the post fight press conference on Saturday.  → read full story

Chisora arrested, Haye being sought by German police

(David Haye seen here in the photo landing a right hand to the head of Chisora.  → read full story

Warren wants Haye to fight Chisora with winner to face Vitali

By Allan Fox: At last night’s post fight for the Vitali Klitschko vs.  → read full story

Haye to Vitali: You’re old and realize you can’t fight me

By William Mackay: David Haye did an excellent job of busting up the Vitali Klitschko – Dereck Chisora post fight press conference, interrupting the question and answer period and turning into a physical brawl with Chisora and his trainer Don Charles.  → read full story

Klitschko manager: No more British fighters; we’ve had too many bad experiences

By Scott Gilfoid: It looks like Dereck Chisora (15-3, 9 KO’s) and David Haye burned their bridges for themselves and for other British fighters in terms of trying to get payday bouts against the Klitschko brothers after a brawl ignited during the post fight press conference after the Vitali Klitschko vs.  → read full story

Haye tags Chisora with right hand at press conference, resulting in bloody brawl

By William Mackay: Things really went to pieces with former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye dropping in for the post fight press conference in Munich, Germany for WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko and Dereck Chisora.  → read full story

Vitali wins by decision but admits – ‘If Chisora had been faster, I would have been in trouble’

By Ed Hoyle: Tonight Derek Chisora arguably put WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klistchko through his toughest fight since the Ukrainian’s TKO loss to Britain’s Lennox Lewis over ten years ago.  → read full story

Vitali beat Chisora using only his right hand; his left hand may have been injured

By William Mackay: WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (44-2, 40 KO’s) successfully defended his World Boxing Council title for the 8th title on Saturday night with a one-sided 12 round unanimous decision win over Dereck Chisora (15-3, 9 KO’s) at the Olympiahalle, in Munich, Germany.  → read full story


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